Jessica Peppel-Schulz

CEO

Jessica Peppel-Schulz

CEO

Jessica Peppel-Schulz has been Managing Director of Condé Nast Germany since the end of March 2019. Previously, she was CEO of the UDG United Digital Group, one of the largest digital agencies in Germany, for five years. Born in Hamburg, she was Vice President Digital Marketing & Sales at Unitymedia/Kabel BW for three years. She holds a degree in economics with a focus on marketing from the University of Hamburg.

Christiane Arp

Editor-in-chief VOGUE

Christiane Arp

Editor-in-chief VOGUE

Christiane Arp has been at the helm of VOGUE Germany as editor-in-chief since March 2003 and has rejuvenated the brand’s relevance to international fashion. Alongside her role as editor-in-chief, she has a personal hand as a stylist in many international fashion shoots. While raising the global profile of German VOGUE, Arp has pursued a range of initiatives to promote Germany as a center of fashion. In 2011 she established the VOGUE Salon. The platform showcasing up-and-coming German designers is held twice a year during Berlin Fashion Week. It marks an exclusive capsule event within the framework of the “Berliner Salon”, whose co-initiator Christiane Arp is. Furthermore, she is president and founding member of the Fashion Council Germany. The FCG is an initiative of leading national experts that campaigns to promote German fashion design as a cultural and economic asset both nationally and internationally. Christiane Arp studied fashion design at the Hamburg University of Design before launching her magazine career at the likes of Brigitte and Viva. She went on to oversee the fashion and lifestyle sections at Stern and played a leading role as fashion director in developing Amica magazine.

Kelly Heitzer

HR Director

Kelly Heitzer

HR Director

Kelly Heitzer has been HR Director of Condé Nast Germany since June 2017. The native American previously held several leading HR positions in the fast-paced tech industry. As HR Manager Europe at the chip manufacturer PMC-Sierra, she was in charge of employees in eight European countries. Kelly Heitzer studied History and German at the Universities Eichstätt and Wittenberg in Springfield, USA. In addition, the experienced HR graduated successfully a part-time M.B.A. degree program at the Munich Business School in 2018.

Oliver Jahn

Editor-in-chief AD Architectural Digest

Oliver Jahn

Editor-in-chief AD Architectural Digest

Oliver Jahn is editor-in-chief at AD Architectural Digest Germany. Jahn is practically a brand of his own on the international design, interiors, and architecture scene. The bibliophile – with more than 15,000 books on his shelves – studied linguistics, literature, and philosophy in Kiel, Germany. He worked at the Suhrkamp publishing house in Frankfurt and the art magazine Monopol before joining AD in 2006 – first as the editor of the architecture and design sections, then as deputy editor. In July 2011, Jahn was promoted to editor-in-chief.

Andrea Ketterer

Editor-in-chief GLAMOUR

Andrea Ketterer

Editor-in-chief GLAMOUR

Andrea Ketterer has been the editor-in-chief at German GLAMOUR since 2008. She approaches her role with abundant dedication and a keen eye for the needs of her discriminating, trend-seeking readership. She joined the GLAMOUR editorial staff back in 2004 as the text editor and later the deputy editor. Ketterer has since turned the pocket-sized magazine, literally the smallest in Condé Nast’s German lineup, into one of the most successful fashion and trend publications in the country. Before joining Condé Nast, Ketterer spent more than ten years at MVG Medien Verlagsgesellschaft, where she worked on the team of German Cosmopolitan in roles including section editor and deputy editor, then moved on to become editor-in-chief of Joy.

Olaf Kopmann

Head of Content Marketing

Olaf Kopmann

Head of Content Marketing

As Head of Content Marketing Olaf Kopmann runs the Condé Nast Manufaktur. He joined the Condé Nast Manufaktur in March 2016 as a Deputy Head of Content Marketing and additionally was the team lead of the Client Services Team. Beforehand, Olaf Kopmann worked as Department Manager of the Corporate Publishing and Content Marketing division of Frankfurt SocietätsMedien GmbH, a F.A.Z holding. Prior to this, he was the Publishing Manager of Hoffmann and Campe Corporate Publishing. Olaf Kopmann studied International Business in Maastricht and Seattle.

Alima Longatti

Head of Direct Marketing & CRM

Alima Longatti

Head of Direct Marketing & CRM

Alima Longatti has been Head of Direct Marketing & CRM at Condé Nast since 2015. Prior to joining Condé Nast, she worked at Axel Springer Verlag as Division Manager Subscription at the Vertriebssservice GmbH and oversaw customer service and direct marketing. From 2008 to 2013 she also held a leading position at DPV Deutscher Pressevertrieb GmbH, where she was responsible for direct marketing and specialized in this area. Alima Longatti studied economics and linguistics at the Universita Cattolica del Sacro Cuore di Milano and graduated in Internet Marketing.

André Pollmann

Publisher VOGUE, GLAMOUR, GQ Gentlemen's Quarterly, AD

André Pollmann

Publisher VOGUE, GLAMOUR, GQ Gentlemen's Quarterly, AD

Since 2013 André Pollmann has been the publisher of Condé Nast Germany. He is responsible for the commercial leadership of all of the company’s brands located in Munich (VOGUE, GLAMOUR, GQ, AD). His career started as a trainee at Axel Springer, before proceeding through several sales posts there for publications such as the car enthusiasts’ magazine Auto Bild and the German Maxim. Pollmann studied international business in Paderborn, Germany and Santiago de Compostela, Spain. Before joining Condé Nast, he held several sales positions at the Hamburg publishing firm Gruner + Jahr, most recently as the general advertising director of the style group (including Brigitte, Gala, Grazia, Schöner Wohnen, Essen & Trinken, among others).

Roland Riedesser

Financial director of Condé Nast Deutschland

Roland Riedesser

Financial director of Condé Nast Deutschland

Roland Riedesser has been financial director at Condé Nast Germany since 2010. In that capacity he heads up the business divisions finances and comptrolling, IT and central services. He joined the company in 2003 as director of controlling and became deputy financial director in 2008. After studying economics in Stuttgart, Mr. Riedesser’s first exposure to the media industry was as a trainee with Gruner & Jahr in Hamburg. He went on to hone his skills in various posts with publishers Süddeutsche in Munich.